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Sunday 7 May 2023

QIPCO 1000 GUINEAS DAY

 

The second classic of the season, The QIPCO 1000 Guineas, won by Cachet in 2022. Over the same distance of 1 mile, 3 year old fillies will battle it out for early season supremecy.

Timings correct in 2022, subject to change closer to the festival.

GATES OPEN 

10.45am

FIRST RACE

1.15pm

LAST RACE

4.50pm

START TIME RACE DISTANCE
1:15pm The Best Odds on the Betfair Exchange EBF Maiden Stakes 5f
1:50pm

The Betfair Daily Rewards Heritage Handicap

14f
2:25pm

The Betfair Pretty Polly Stakes

10f
3:00pm

The Betfair Exchange Dahlia Stakes

9f
3:40pm The QIPCO 1000 Guineas 8f
4:15pm The Read Kevin Blake's Tips on Betting.Betfair Handicap Stakes 10f
4:50pm The Betfair Racing Only Bettor Podcast Handicap Stakes 7f

Highlights from 2022

Take a look at the highlights from the QIPCO Guineas Festival 2022.

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Register for 2023

Register your interest and be the first to hear when tickets go on sale for the QIPCO Guineas Festival 2023.

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Racing Replays

Race replays are available shortly after the horses cross the final post. 

 

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THE QIPCO GUINEAS FESTIVAL

2000 & 1000 Guineas Results

Named after the prize money which was originally awarded to the winners of each flat race, the Newmarket Guineas are regarded as two of the most prestigious horse races in the UK.

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The Guineas Classics

Watch some of the very best 2000 and 1000 Guineas from our archives, from start to finish.

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The QIPCO 1000 Guineas is a Group 1 race open to three-year-old fillies, staged on the Rowley Mile at Newmarket over one mile.

The 2023 QIPCO 1000 Guineas will be staged on Sunday 7 May 2023.


The QIPCO 1000 Guineas Stakes are scheduled to run at approximately 3:40pm.

In 2022 Cachet landed the QIPCO 1000 Guineas.

 

Cachet
Jockey: James Doyle
Trainer: George Boughey 
Owner: Highclere
Time: 1m 36.55s 

 

See all previous 1000 Guineas winners here.

The 1000 Guineas was first run in 1814, five years after the first 2000 Guineas.

 

Take a look at further history and facts here.

The 1000 Guineas were named after it's original prize fund.

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